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Rewards: Sending Tokens from Inside the User's Profile
Rewards: Sending Tokens from Inside the User's Profile

Learn to use the rewards feature directly from a user's profile.

Shoshana Fleischmann avatar
Written by Shoshana Fleischmann
Updated over a week ago

Connecteam’s Rewards feature serves as a tool for managers that want to incentivize and motivate their workers. The rewards feature is an amazing way to show recognition and appreciation to your team in the form of tokens, which can be used to purchase gift cards.

After setting up the rewards feature you can easily send rewards from the feature itself, or from inside the user's profile. Sending rewards from inside a user's profile gives you the opportunity to send rewards spontaneously while looking at information or accomplishments inside their profile. Perhaps you see something you are proud of and want to show them some appreciation, well why not send them tokens? With the ability to send tokens directly from inside their profile it is easier than ever - with no need to navigate to the rewards feature and remember later on who you wanted to acknowledge.

How to Send Rewards From Inside a Users Profile

Navigate to the users tab, and select the relevant user profile, once inside in the top right hand corner you will see the send rewards button. Take a look at how this looks below:

Click on the send rewards, select the amount of tokens you wish to send and write a personal message and press send. It's as simple as that. In the example below you can see I sent the user Levi Schmitt 2 tokens, from directly inside the user profile.

Pro tip: Please note that the ability to send tokens inside a user’s profile will only be available to admin who were granted permission to send tokens. To learn more about admin permissions in the rewards feature, check out this article.

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